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Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs players Josh Reynolds and Aiden Tolman are welcomed additions to the side for the match against the New Zealand Warriors at ANZ Stadium on Sunday night.

Coach Des Hasler had no reservations in selecting the pair in what is the final match of the season before the finals series.

Reynolds (knee) has been named in his favoured position of five-eighth, with Moses Mbye shifting to halfback, replacing the injured Trent Hodkinson.

Tolman (hamstring) returns in the front row, with Sam Kasiano moving back to the interchange bench. Both Lloyd Perrett and Chase Stanley have been named on an extended bench with two to be omitted on game day.

The club will be saying farewell to three fan favourites at the end of the season in Trent Hodkinson, Frank Pritchard and Corey Thompson, with members and fans encouraged to come along and celebrate their time at the club.

There will be loads of prizes and giveaways so secure your seat today through

NYC v Warriors

ANZ Stadium

Sunday, 6 September


NSW Cup v Bears

Belmore Sports Ground

Saturday, 5 September


1. Josh Bergamin

1. Corey Thompson

2. Reimis Smith

2. Tyrone Phillips

3. Ruebenn Rennie

3. Jacob Loko

4. Michael Morgan

4. Levi Dodd

5. Marcelo Montoya

5. Jarrod McInally

6. Bronson Garlick

6. Matt Frawley

7. Guy Hamilton

7. Jaline Graham

8. Jake Kamire

8. Antonio Kaufusi

9. Brad Keighran

9. Brad Clark

10. Brandon Luamanu

10. Danny Fualalo

11. Harry Pondekas

11. Pat O’Hanlon

12. Renouf To’omaga

12. Adam Elliott

13. Piki Rogers

13. Jason Schirnack



14. Siaopo Tagaloa

14. Alex Sorge

15. Darcy Maroske

15. Tautalatasi Tasi

16. Valima Teaupa

16. George Tsikrikas

17. Royce Hunt

17. Makahesi Makatoa





Coach: Scott Murray

Coach: Andy Patmore


Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.